In the last quarter of 2017, I have observed a cybersecurity trend that has given me more hope than any that I have seen previously. Let me explain. As an attorney, I have been practicing what can generally be described as cyber law or cybersecurity law since 1999, which means that my practice has evolved a lot … Continue reading The Most Positive Cybersecurity Trend I Have Seen in Nearly 20 Years!
Cybercriminals need shopping money for the Holidays and one of their favorite times to get yours is when you are shopping on #CyberMonday. https://youtu.be/ZPIEiQVQZ2I?t=31s Use these tips to help stay #cybersecure while shopping online for #CyberMonday and at any other time: Credit or debit? Use credit cards, not debit cards, for your online shopping. Debit cards … Continue reading Tips for Staying #CyberSecure While Shopping Online for #CyberMonday
This morning I am doing radio interviews as a Fox News Radio contributor. My topic? The DEFCON Voting Village demonstration of hacking voting machines that have been, or may currently be, used in US elections. Here are a couple of the news stories if you are unfamiliar: Hacking a US electronic voting booth takes less than … Continue reading FUD and Voting Machine Hacking: An Important Point and Important Lesson
The United States Department of Health and Human Services' Office for Civil Rights has just issued a checklist and infographic to aid healthcare organizations and their vendors in quickly responding to cyberattacks.
See also: WIKILEAKS’ VAULT7 CIA HACKING TOOLS RELEASE CONUNDRUM: THE POLITICIZATION OF INTELLIGENCE WIKILEAKS AND CIA’S RUSSIAN HACKING TOOLS & TECHNIQUES: WAS IT REALLY THE RUSSIANS? https://youtu.be/MR1G6JO0is0